Keeping everyone safe

As per the latest government regulations, see our facilities available and extra measures we’re taking so you can enjoy your visit.

Live in Nottingham? We encourage everyone to walk or cycle to the park rather than by car, where possible, as this not only helps the environment, though keeps roads clear for the emergency services & keyworkers. All ways we can keep each other & the park safe.

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Opening hours

Essential information to help you make the most of your visit to Wollaton Hall & Deer Park.

Please see information about our facilities available as per the latest government regulations.

* Shops close at 5pm, and café kiosks close at 5pm weekdays / 7pm weekends & bank holidays.

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  • Hall & Museums
  • Park & Formal Gardens
  • Café kiosk (courtyard or deli)
  • Café kiosk (508 café)
  • Toilets
  • Shops

Wollaton Hall & Natural History Museum – currently unavailable

Car parking charges apply.

No booking required, queuing system in place for safety.

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Wollaton Hall Tour – currently unavailable

£10 per person
(Under 5’s free)

Daily tours at 12pm and 2pm last approximately 1 hour.

Car parking charges apply.

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Wollaton Hall Group Tour – currently unavailable

£10 per person
(Under 5’s free)

Advance private booking of tours that last approximately 1 hour. Refreshment voucher provided per ticket.

Car parking charges apply.

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Parking

(Up to 2 hours / All Day)
£3 / £5

You can pay for car parking by card using the RingGo app (Location code: 18914) or by calling 0115 8714000. Contactless payment only.

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Season Tickets

(Parking)
£65- 100

We have one season ticket option that covers 1 year parking at Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, and another type that combines with our sister site, Newstead Abbey.

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Coach Parking

£30

All coach parking is £30, with a coach tour booking.

Contactless payment only.

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Please be aware that during special events, event parking charges may apply. See event listing for prices

Please see information about our facilities available as per the latest government regulations.

** Live in Nottingham? We encourage everyone to walk or cycle to the park rather than by car, where possible, as this not only helps the environment, though keeps roads clear for the emergency services & keyworkers.

How to get here

Wollaton Hall Natural History Museum, Wollaton Park, Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 2AE

We have a handy illustrative guide that shows you all the places to visit at Wollaton Hall & Deer Garden.

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Road access

Wollaton Hall is 3 miles west of the city centre. Follow the brown signs from the A52 or the A6514, or from the M1 take J25 and follow the signs. The postcode for your sat nav is NG8 2AE.

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Public transport

Given the location of Wollaton Hall, we recommend planning your journey online, via the Travel Centre 0115 950 6070, Nottingham Tourist Information 0844 477 5678, or Traveline East Midlands on 0871 200 2233.

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Park safety

Wollaton Park is a large park home to a variety of wildlife including, two herds of wild deer, 90 Red and 120 Fallow. We advise to not approach, touch or feed the deer as they can be dangerous. Please be aware of seasonal activity, such as deer rutting (September – November), calving (March – May) and times of the year when invertebrates may sting or bite in open spaces, such as wasps, ticks and horse-flies.

For safety we recommend to keep aware of surrounding nature, remain close to paths, avoid long grassy areas and keep dogs under control, using a lead when close to wildlife. Owners of dogs worrying the deer will receive a fine of up to £1,000.

Fires and barbecues are not allowed due to the site being a conservation area.

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Family facilities

For those with young children and babies, we offer baby feeding facilities (in the courtyard café) and changing facilities (in the courtyard and near Wollaton Road play park). All food items in the café kiosks are takeaway only.

To keep children entertained we have play parks, located near the 508 café and Sutton Passey crescent, plus outdoor activity & trail sheets (available from the café kiosks & information points).

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School trips

Choose from a wide range of curriculum linked workshops designed to make the most of our great sites. For further information or to make a booking contact the Schools Programmes.

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Cafés & shops

Our three on-site café kiosks, Wollaton 508, The Courtyard and Deli, offer a range of takeaway options for you to refuel.

Our shops are located in the courtyard and hall, though please see our page for available facilities in line with government guidelines.

For more information, please contact us

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Accessibility

From mobility parking to wheelchairs, find out how to make the most of your visit to Wollaton Hall & Deer Park.

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Drone policy

We do not allow drone flying at any time over Wollaton Hall and Deer Park except by contractors commissioned by Nottingham City Council for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and are operating under controlled conditions.

Fires and barbecues are not allowed due to the site being a conservation area.

Get in touch

We’re here to help. If you have an enquiry about our facilities, or Wollaton Hall and Deer Park more generally, please do get in touch.

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